Sean Williams

The Crooked Letter (keeps on keeping on)

posted on 24 Aug 2012 at 7:10 am
“The Crooked Letter is half kabbalistic text, half apocalyptic literature, and all around general mind twist.” I love this review.

on titles and automated sprinklers

posted on 3 Nov 2006 at 2:36 pm
At the end of this post I’ve listed the names of my current top twelve favourite ambient tracks. Their titles fascinate me. Underworld, by far the most famous of any of these artists, seems to be deliberately drawing attention to itself, or try

do wot?

posted on 31 Oct 2006 at 8:56 am
Ken of Nethspace hurled a wide-ranging series of questions at me over the weekend for an interview on Wotmania, a large on-line community that started as a website devoted to Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series and has since grown into several

reviews and such

posted on 16 Sep 2006 at 10:47 am
Gabe Chouinard has posted a thought-provoking treatise on The Crooked Letter and reviews in general here, in which I am exhorted to become “more purple, so to speak”. It’s a fair call. 🙂 Check it out. He has lots of interesting t

The Crooked Letter competition

posted on 8 Sep 2006 at 8:29 am
Hot off the press: Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist is giving away two copies of the magnificent Pyr hardcover of The Crooked Letter. Be quick to grab one! (Thanks for the kind words, Pat.)

an accessible cataclysm

posted on 7 Sep 2006 at 10:07 am
It’s been a hectic fortnight on the fantasy frontline. The Devoured Earth debuted in the Dymocks national fantasy top ten list on its release in Australia. To celebrate its launch, readers in Adelaide are invited to Borders on Friday the 15th o

parting the fog

posted on 17 Aug 2006 at 3:50 am
Well, here I am in San Diego, brain-fogged from jetlag and a 30-hour flight to get here. Security wasn’t as bad as I had expected. My new itsy-bitsy laptop proved invaluable on many occasions. That may have been the best purchase I made this ye

skeletons on the wind

posted on 9 Aug 2006 at 10:13 am
The US cover of The Blood Debt is online at the Pyr-o-mania blog page. Greg Bridge‘s artwork looks better every time I look at it. I can’t wait to see this in print. Lou Anders is a legend. While on the subject of the world of the Change:

Where’s John Dorian when I need him?

posted on 19 May 2006 at 10:03 am
I’ve been flattened by a second bout of the cold that’s doing the rounds here in Adelaide (losing my voice once is bad enough; twice in two weeks just plain sucks) but the work continues and LJ-worthy items accrue as a matter of course. H

Yes, that question.

posted on 9 May 2006 at 6:55 pm
Where do stories come from? Some writers hate having to answer this question, but it’s a valid one. If we don’t try to analyse the source of our stories, what happens if that source dries up? Not for a moment do I believe that any writers